Magarini Virtual Tour
Free Community Event
Tues Sept 20 @ 8pm Pacific 

Experience a very special Kenyan community sustainability initiative with a virtual tour.

Meet the founder, Emmanuel Karisa Baya, and experience the
 Magarini Children Centre & Organic Demonstration Farm 

Hosted by Bill Say and the Process Work Institute. 

Caring for the Land, Caring for the People

Magarini Children Centre and Organic Farming Demonstration Farm was formed in 2008 as a community initiative to provide care and education to children who had lost their parents through HIV/AIDS as well as other homeless and vulnerable children in a region that struggles with extreme poverty.

Magarini focuses on building a self-reliant community where people enjoy improved livelihoods through growing their own food while taking care of the soil, environment and nature for the benefit of the future generations.

Magarini was founded by Emmanuel Karisa Baya, local farmer and graduate of the Asian Rural Institute in Japan (2009, diploma in Sustainable Agriculture, Leadership, Conflict Resolution and Community Building), the East Africa Institute of Development Studies.
  
Emmanuel received his Diploma from the Deep Democracy Institute of Africa in May of 2021, and is the first Kenyan DDI Diplomat. His Thesis is titled Peace, conflict and politics from the soil. 

Magarini Children Centre and Organic Farming Demonstration Farm is a registered Community-based Organization under Kenyan law